Definition of Enditing
1. endite [v] - See also: endite
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Literary usage of Enditing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Amenities of Literature, Consisting of Sketches and Characters of English by Isaac Disraeli (1842)
"We might be curious to learn, with all these notions of the suitable, the weighty, the order of enditing, and the colours often awry, whether these ..."
2. The Glory of Regality: An Historical Treatise of the Anointing and Crowning by Arthur Taylor (1820)
"My heart is enditing." Handel, however, is not the only great musician whose pen has been employed on such occasions. For the coronation of James II. ..."
3. Williams Literary Monthly by Williams College (1901)
"3 "Now for enditing of Letters: alas, what need wee much adoe about a little matter?" In a letter to Miss Sara Hennel, George Eliot ..."